vanessa hunter

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Mud Bricks-•1 ice cube tray •1 cup dirt or sand •2/3 cup water •Measuring cups •Bowl mix, spoon into ice cube trays, let dry, use for building

Mud Bricks-•1 ice cube tray •1 cup dirt or sand •2/3 cup water •Measuring cups •Bowl mix, spoon into ice cube trays, let dry, use for building

Are you looking for a meaningful way to integrate writing in your social studies classroom?  Try historical journals!  A great way to integrate narrative writing and history!

Are you looking for a meaningful way to integrate writing in your social studies classroom? Try historical journals! A great way to integrate narrative writing and history!

An open ended mathematics question to help students explore the concept of fractions of a group. Students can choose how many flowers in the garden but can be challenged to choose a number that is a multiple of 4.

An open ended mathematics question to help students explore the concept of fractions of a group. Students can choose how many flowers in the garden but can be challenged to choose a number that is a multiple of 4.

FINN – TØYEN: Lys og luftig 2 (3)-R selveiet/ arkitekttegnet toppleil. - solrik balkong - varmtv./fyring inkl. - rolig beligg.

FINN – TØYEN: Lys og luftig 2 (3)-R selveiet/ arkitekttegnet toppleil. - solrik balkong - varmtv./fyring inkl. - rolig beligg.

I like open shelves with some items just placed/folded and some in baskets. I hate styled closets with way too few clothes though. (Also why is *nothing* in Real Simple actually simple. "*31* Ways to Make Over Your Closets" Really?  Really?)

I like open shelves with some items just placed/folded and some in baskets. I hate styled closets with way too few clothes though. (Also why is *nothing* in Real Simple actually simple. "*31* Ways to Make Over Your Closets" Really? Really?)

'Reverse' Geometry Art - stamping 2D shapes with 3D Blocks. Fun, creative, hands-on math for kids.

'Reverse' Geometry Art - stamping 2D shapes with 3D Blocks. Fun, creative, hands-on math for kids.

geometry scarecrow: ask: Can you count all the squares? How about the triangles? If you added the rectangles and the circles together, how many would you have? Can you find another scarecrow that has the same amount of squares as yours?

geometry scarecrow: ask: Can you count all the squares? How about the triangles? If you added the rectangles and the circles together, how many would you have? Can you find another scarecrow that has the same amount of squares as yours?